Pre-order the Ethereal Charity Artbook now!


In August I did a drawing for a Redkite charity artbook. Now that it’s all done and dusted, myself and the rest of the team are proud to say that the Ethereal Artbook is now officially available for pre-order!

The artbook is an exclusive Charity Art Book featuring 100 selected Australian and international artists. We invite you to come on a journey with us and experience Ethereal Charity Art Book in person.

This is the perfect gift for Christmas whether it be for yourself, a loved one or a friend! And a great opportunity to give back and donate to a great cause!

All proceeds go to Cancer Charity Redkite


• $45USD

• 19 X 23cm

• Over 140 pages including 100 traditional and digital artists participating from all over the world

• Pre Order Goodies

• Mini Tutorial/walkthrough on digital painting

• Softcase bound Book

• FREE SHIPPING worldwide!

Link to purchase:

What you need to know about Redkite:

*As told by one of the founders of the book*

“In early March of 2011 my sister was diagnosed with Leukemia and admitted to the Royal Children’s hospital in Melbourne for what would prove to be a very long and painful journey. That year was the hardest year of my life, I can’t even begin to imagine what she was going through but through all the pain our family had some relief, this relief came in the form of Redkite. When my sister was undergoing treatment my parents would take turns staying in hospital whilst I would be at home studying. It was very tough, my parents could barely work and what’s worse is that all the materials for school where expensive and used up fast. The social worker who represented RedKite at the RCH’s name is Xuan, she helped us with everything. Not only financially but also with her big heart, I find it very hard to open up but when I felt like breaking down she was always just a phone call away.

A year and a half later my sister passed away, but Redkite hasn’t forgotten about my family. During my sisters last days, Xuan organised necklaces with my sisters name engraved into them for me and my mother. They may only be necklaces but for us it meant the world, I always want to thank Redkite and Xuan for all the love and compassion they’ve treated my family with.”

I think alot of people misintepret charities, especially charities dealing with cancer or cancer patients. Redkite isn’t a charity that researches for a cure, they don’t grant wishes and send sick children to Disneyland, they do much more than that. They actually help the families when they need them the most.

Miniature madness


You know how it’s a hobby for some people to keep a collection of pointless things like stamps, stickers and rubber wrist bands? As soon as I saw Stéphanie Kilgast’s mini food art I rediscovered my love for collecting miniature objects. As a kid I spent an unreasonable amount of time collecting these things (and I still do!) I never realized till now. Thanks to Stephanie, I’m inspired to buy Fimo and try out some miniature food art. This shall be a great way to brush up on my dodgy crafting skills. You should definitely visit her website, blog and store here. Looking through the house I dug up a few shots of my mini collection…

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White walls

Today’s exhibition design class was probably the best class I’ve ever had in uni so far. Cue the blank walls and endless rolls of vinyl, we finally get to work with color, shape and all the elements you can think of on a large scale! The aim of today is to challenge our train of thought regarding the possibility of how an exhibition space can be perceived and experienced by not only our audience, but ultimately ourselves. So the theme of today was to present colour as a vehicle for meaning and inspiration within an exhibition setting. Working collaboratively as a class, we played around with vinyl within the confines of the boring media and communication staff area. These first few photos were one of the walls we got to decorate.

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This second wall was the one I was mainly working on with a few classmates, you could probably already tell that we were inspired by Matisse. Fortunately for the staff they’re gonna have to cope with our crazy creations for a while, it might be a bit too much to take in but at least the walls aren’t as boring as they were before!

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A right-brainer by day and occasional blogger by night, you've landed on a place where I document life in the creative field and endless travels with friends and family

Design had evolved naturally, as a passion and a lifestyle beginning at an early age when I made trips back to the motherland, Indonesia, I experienced the surroundings and the lifestyle that was vastly different from what I was used to. I found myself passing by villages where children made their own toys with whatever was left around them; scrap metal, bits of cloth, banana leaves, and even cigarette butts. Despite this, the children were happy and proud with anything they created.

This image struck me and forever inspires me to contribute my skills to places that need it the most. Design helps me make decisions, while art helps me take risks. Both areas reward me with opportunities to create something impactful and everlasting!